As with many Condrieu, you have wines that showcase minerality above fruit in some years and fruit above minerality in others. Each of these are not only intriguing to me, but keep the wines of this region exciting. In 2015, we are more on the mineral aspect, with subtle peaches and dried apricots, papaya and fresh vanilla bean. As seductive and exotic as the aromatics are, the palate is even more so. Round, lush and pinpoint minerality gives this Viognier lift and lightness while still being lush and mouth-coating.